This article from Harvard Business review suggests that younger workers need to be able express clearly where they want to go in their future work world, but I’d argue that you need it throughout you working life.
If you can explain clearly and simply where your interests lie and what your ambitions are, you’re in a far better position to be remembered as the ‘face that might fit the task’ whaen new opportunities come up. The original article’s certainly worth a read: Younger Workers Need a Career Narrative – http://pulse.me/s/ixdWw
And can replay the drawing process. Something to investigate perhaps?
DrawQuest – http://pulse.me/s/jI9ew
Pick the Right Color for Design or Decorating with This Color Psychology Chart – http://pulse.me/s/jHqND
What We Thought the Year 2001 Would Look Like Back in 1967 – http://pulse.me/s/i0bOU
The 3/4 Place Keeper Chair by Julian Sterz – http://pulse.me/s/hXcLk
Now here’s a project to get my teeth into in my old age…
Build Google’s Linear Book Scanner Prototype – http://pulse.me/s/fBSSz
Calm.com Helps You Relax When You Don’t Have Time [Webapps] – http://pulse.me/s/eoo0N